Thibodaux Regional Health System is highly committed to the safety of its
patients, staff and visitors. We have been proactive in our preparations
to respond and care for patients who present to the hospital with symptoms
and a risk of exposure to Coronavirus.
Vaccine Administration: Thibodaux Regional is no longer administering the COVID vaccine. Persons
interested in receiving the vaccine can contact local pharmacies as well
as the Lafourche Parish Health Unit.
Drive-Thru Testing: Drive-thru COVID testing has been discontinued. Testing is being done
through our Emergency Department.
Antibody Testing: Thibodaux Regional offers COVID antibody testing Monday through Friday
in our Outpatient Lab. The test requires a physician’s order and
can be performed at the Wellness Center or Medical Mall. No appointment
is needed. Results are received within 36 hours.
For the Most Current Information About COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease)
Please consult the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website at
You can also call the Louisiana Office of Public Health Statewide Network
by dialing 211 or text LACOVID to 898-211 or visit
To reach Thibodaux Regional Health System with questions or concerns call
Visiting Policy Restrictions
Our priority remains the safety of patients and staff. We understand the
positive impact that visitors can have on patient care and the overall
healing process. Visitors are allowed in a non-COVID patient room during
visiting hours. No visitors are allowed for COVID patients.
Hospital Entrance Restrictions
Currently there is no restricted access into hospital facilities, including
the Wellness Center and the Cancer Institute. To view the hospital campus
map with more information regarding entrances and hours
Anyone entering hospital facilites is required to wear a cloth mask and
keep the mask on while on-site.
At Thibodaux Regional, Patient, Staff and Visitor Safety is Priority.
Thibodaux Regional Health System remains in close contact with the Louisiana
Department of Health and is following the guidelines and recommendations
established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Thibodaux
Regional is continuously monitoring the situation and will modify or change
protocol as deemed necessary by the CDC.